It’s easy to infuse your dessert with America’s proudest colors. For a quick, sweet snack, spike your favorite Chex mix or cereal/trail mix with stripes of melted white chocolate and red and blue candies.
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Hamburgers and hot dogs are usually the stars on July 4th, but why should the grill have all the fun? Wow your guests with these patriotic, but simple desserts.
With strawberries and white chocolate you’re already two-thirds of the way to a patriotic dessert. Sanding sugar adds the blue touch to round out this fun and tasty contribution to a July 4th picnic or barbecue.
It’s breakfast for dessert! This coffeecake calls for dairy-rich sour cream to keep it moist and flakey and gets plenty of sweet from the addition of a brown sugar and cinnamon-nut filling. Serve it for dessert, but make sure to save yourself a slice to enjoy for breakfast the next day—I won’t judge!
With so many delicious dairy desserts, there’s no reason why blintzes and cheesecake have to be the only Shavuot options. How about giving pudding parfaits or sour cream coffeecake a try?